The Cinema Society hosted a special screening on Monday night of Disney+’s “Togo”—the untold true story that takes you across the treacherous terrain of the Alaskan tundra for an exhilarating and uplifting adventure that tests the strength, courage and determination of one man and his lead sled dog, Togo.

The event took place at the iPic Fulton Market in New York City.  Attending the screening were Willem Dafoe, who portrays Leonhard Seppala in the film, and Julianne Nicholson, who plays Seppala’s wife Constance. Also in attendance were director Ericson Core, producer Kim Zubick and writer Tom Flynn, as well as celebrity guests.

“Togo” premieres on Dec. 20, 2019, streaming only on Disney+.

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  1. Eva Järdeholm-Fernandes December 22, 2019

    Hello! I id write this long time ago and now the movie is ready and I am soon going to see it. It will be amazinig because Leonhard Seppola was my family! My name is Eva and I am from Sweden. I heard that you Ericson Core are going to make a movie called "Togo" and the actor Willem Dafoe is going to play Leonhard Seppala. I will tell you: Leonhard Seppola was my grandfather Kalles uncle's brother's son's son. He was born in the north of Norway in Skibotn but the roots are from Junosuando where my grandfather lived. ANd I am born there and still have my father and rest of my family there. I was also in Canada do see my family in Alberta for 19 years ago. Please answer me, that would be so nice to hear from you.